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After driving the Jeep for a year I have switched back to the LS and am going to stay with it!

The Jeep looked good with some mods added to it, was 7 years newer and only had 66000 miles on the clock but - SERIOUSLY!! I have spent over £3000 on various repairs in one year and it's still in the garage. In fact I've spent more in repairs than what I paid for the LS in the first place. Very, very glad I never sold her and still love driving it. After letting the m.o.t expire last year I stuck some wiper blades on her as the others had perished, put it in for the m.o.t and it passed again with no advisories! I thought about upgrading to a newer year model but it's served me so well I'm just going to give her a bit of tlc and stick with it. I'm going to see if I can get the audio system repaired and the odd situation with the keys sorted as well.

 

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It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than it is for a driver to fall out of love with one`s Lexus Mark !

 

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